Cinematographer Claude Lelouch Talks About Film Making
|Running Time: 227 seconds
||Published: 2011-01-10 08:20:35
Claude Lelouch, the French cinematic giant who is best known for his 1966 Academy Award-winning/crossover hit "A Man and a Woman," tells Beet.TV he makes films in much the same way "an amateur would" he writes, shoots and edits himself. For legions of independent film makers, the personal vision and execution of "auteurs" such as Lelouch, are an inspiration. In this segment, Lelouch shares his creative process. He has little use for the Internet as a means of discovery.
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